For this Upside Down Wine Glass Wedding Centerpiece, upside down wine glasses are easily transformed into creative pillar candle holders. (Scroll down the page to see more ideas for an upside down wine glasses centerpiece).
Here’s a really beautiful yet, super easy DIY idea for wedding centerpieces. Upside down wine glasses are used… as pillar candle holders! (Photo Credit: C. Fagerlin).
What makes this wedding centerpiece idea extra-pretty is the flower detailing inside the glass. The flower sits right on the table, with the wine glass acting as a dome around it. Match the flowers to your wedding colors. The flowers shown here are silk, but you could also use fresh flowers instead.
Just be sure the flowers are kept in water right up until the time they are placed on the tables, and make sure this is done no more than 1 hour before guests are to arrive. If your reception venue does not have air conditioning, consider either using silk flowers or make sure you use a water tube on the tiny cut stem of each flower to prevent wilting.
Clustering three glasses/ candle holders together is the best plan – using just one will look a little anemic on the reception tables.
Here’s a similar take on the same idea, but by changing up the details and adding rhinestones into the mix, the look us all glam! (See Below):
Here the three upside down wine glasses are grouped together on a square mirror tile. Rhinestone votive candle holders are placed on each corner of the square mirror. A band on rhinestones is wrapped around the center of each pillar candle. Not only is it gorgeous and glamorous, but the play of light reflecting off the sparkling crystal rhinestones and the glasses is utterly stunning.
Here’s yet another take on this centerpiece idea – Having a Holiday Season Wedding? You can easily turn this upside down wine glass centerpiece it into a holiday season centerpiece just by replacing the flowers with glass Christmas balls:
Below, a similar idea for a holiday season centerpiece, only this time, the 3 glasses are arranged in a straight line for a slightly different look:
Carrying on with a Holiday season or Christmas season wedding theme, below, here’s yet another twist on the upside down wine glasses centerpiece – this time one of the three glasses is shorter in height, giving a staggered effect to the centerpiece. And round floating candles are used instead of pillar candles, for a slightly different look. Instead of Christmas balls under the glasses. Amarayllis blooms, a very popular flower at Christmas time, are used. See how easy it is to play with all the different options?
Photo by Bouquets by Toni
This Upside Down Wine Glass Wedding Centerpiece idea is one of our most popular centerpiece posts. As you can see, there are so many ways to interpret this design idea. Use your creativity, put your own spin on it, and you can truly make it your own!